Patient Information


Friday October 4th & Saturday October 5th 2019

The Colorado Mission of Mercy (COMOM) is a large-scale dental clinic in which dental services are provided at no cost for individuals who cannot afford dental care.

COMOM is a “no-questions-asked” dental clinic, and provides dental care at no cost to patients!

Clinic Location

The 2019 Western Slope COMOM Clinic will take place at:

Glenwood Springs High School
1521 Grand Avenue
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Clinic FAQ

  • Adults & Children
  • No questions asked
  • Early! Can line-up night before clinic
  • Clinic doors open at 6:30 am
  • Doors open until clinic is at capacity
  • Capacity is reached early in day
  • No appointments 
  • First come — first serve

Wait can be very long so…

  • Books, Magazines, puzzles, knitting, anything to help pass the time
  • Snacks & water
  • Approximately 800 patients will be seen each day at the dental clinic. Clinic doors will be open at 6 am and will remain open until the clinic is at full capacity. Sometimes the clinic is at capacity early in the day.
  • Dental treatment will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis. You will be waiting your turn to be treated and the wait may be very long.
  • As dentists and dental hygienists become available, you will be taken to areas of the dental clinic for dental treatment.
  • The dental services provided at COMOM include cleanings, fillings, root canal treatments, and extractions.
  • Your treatment plan will be prioritized, and initially you’ll be provided with your first-priority treatment.
  • During the dental clinic, you will be provided with instruction on how to care for your teeth.
  • Upon completing your dental care, you will be asked to participate in an exit interview.
  • If there is availability after your first prioritized treatment, you’ll have an opportunity to have another treatment.
  • Flu shots are offered to patients and to family and friends who are with patients.
  • COMOM is not able to provide patients with extractions of wisdom teeth, tooth implants, nor root canal treatment of molars.
  • Patients on Coumadin- or Fosamax-type medications will not have extractions.
  • At the dental clinic, blood pressure testing will be performed on all patients, and glucose testing
    will be performed on patients who have a history of diabetes.
    Patients, with blood pressure or glucose levels that are too high, cannot be treated at COMOM.
  • Children and infants are welcomed at COMOM to receive dental care.
  • If parent/guardian is to receive treatment, an adult must be present to be responsible for the
    children brought to the clinic.

More Information?

Any questions you may have regarding our events can be addressed by calling our Patient Hotline @ (720) 648-0919

(720) 648-0919

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